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and it's onto in retrospect that you know which is which. well, in retrospect, shawn ryan is not only very brave, he's very rich. here's abc's david wright. ♪ >> reporter: there's gold in them there hills. even today, more than a century after the last great gold rush put this cold corner of canada on the happen. >> someone spread a bad rumor that there was no more gold left. >> reporter:r:ucky for you. >> reporter: shawn ryan is a millionaire many times over. a canadian back woodsman with a high school education. and a knack for finding gold. you can smell it. wow. >> this is a super high grade piece. >> reporter: he's been so successful, he's helped to spark a new gold rush. >> i don't have any fingers and taupes to name off what he's found. >> reporter: at least 50 tons of gold deposits so far. at today's prices, worth $1.5 billion. >> this is all ours. ours. ours. >> reporter: the whole map, basically. >> close to 50% of all this. >> reporter: ryan spent the past decade quietly staking claim, giving him exclusive rights to mine, at a time when everyone else had all but given up
to have 30 minutes of debate controlled by the committee on the budget, mr. ryan of wisconsin, the chairman of the committee will control7 minutes and mr. van hollen of maryland will control 15 minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the chair would recognize the gentleman from wisconsin, mr. ryan. mr. ryan: mr. speaker, may i ask how much time is remaining between the two sides? the speaker pro tempore: you have 17. he has 15. mr. ryan: i would like to yield two minutes to a gentleman from oklahoma, mr. lankford, member of the budget committee. mr. lankford:. i speak in support of this bill. i came on as a freshman and in january of this year, we were already talking about th moment. and for months the conversation has been, how do we reach a point of agreement. there have been lots of ideas that have been floated around and very few put down in writing. but the ideas seem to circle around a central theme, how can we find a middle ground to be able to resolve this issue. i propose this bill is that middle ground. the debt reduction that's in it was the framework that was formed in
in washington as we talk about the budget. this budget debate in so many ways has become about paul ryan and his plan and his thinking about the budget but the idea that we as a nation can all agree there is one guy in washington talking seriously about the budget is an indictment of everyone else in congress who is not. we are at the point where you want to talk about the budget, there is one guy taking this seriously. he is the one who is thinking about the budget problem. these are huge issues. generational issues that have to be solved one way or another and the fact that there's not a larger debate that involves more people on both sides of the aisle is a stunning indictment of where we are in the political process. >> thank you. i think the debate in this country -- >> maybe i should introduce -- >> don't waste your time. i am editor and publisher of the nation. >> the lady needs no introduction. >> i am eager -- [talking over each other] >> i don't have a book. i just have a magazine that i added. there are fundamental debate in this country but the disconnect between the debate in washin
for the budget. he is demagoguing against medicare and the ryan plan. he has decided, do that and that is how you get reelected. that is why the town is laundering. >> consistency has not been a problem with republicans. they endorsed the ryan plan, which does not provide for a balanced budget, and now they are pushing for a balanced budget. 103 house republicans have gone on record as saying they will not vote to raise the debt ceiling unless there is a cap of 18% of federal spending, which is 7% below what we are spending right now. in addition to that, they are pushing a constitutional amendment to cut spending, the deficit, by half next year. all of which are impossible. every serious person who weather in a steady group or commission or whatever, knows there has to be revenue enhancement, taxes raised, as well as spending cuts. the idea of just trying to do it with spending cuts alone is just irrational. >> the democrats have not even produced a budget for 2012. >> the -- >> that is their -- >> now, the case is there a -- >> where are the numbers and where is the plan? >> it is right there -
's family wants someone to pay. >> our number one goal is to pursue prosecution. >> the family of ryan is seeking justice. the border patrol agent was killed in december patrolling an area near tucson. officials traced the gun down to the crime scene to operation fast and furious. >> i have never seen an investigation in which guns were intentionally allowed to walk. that sort of thing doesn't happen, ought not to happen. >> paul charlton was arizona's official for 20 years and says the government officials can't be sued for damages typically. even after the botched raid at the branch davidian cult in waco, texas, appeals court said the federal government wasn't liable there are exceptions when agencies can reasonably foresee the actions will do harm, courts sided with victims. >> ryan terry's loss was preventable. regrettable and preventable. >> they knowingly allowed dug cartel to buy and transport guns allegedly used to kilterry and dozens of others in mexico. >> i'm flabbergasted. i didn't believe it at first. >> they won't want them prosecuted criminally in the death. but court is
a polar bear eating an ice cream. but enough about my friend. it is ryan reiss. and he is coming out with his own line of sorrow. my repulsive sidekick, bill shultz. and the only regan he admires was the one from "the exer cyst." and next to me is rider john devore. and his ideas are insane our "new york times" correspondent. good to see you, pinch. >> check out the guest op-ed. sounds good on paper, but it really works out. speaking of paper, just ask my exsister wives, the boston herald, the chicago sun times and swank. the first two i could care less about, but i miss my swanky. greg? >> you had a special relationship. >> it was hot and dare i say heavy? more people read me back then. >>> if you are looking for an apology, there won't be any. they said, quote, there is not a chance, end quote that he will back down from his criticism of democratic party chairwoman debbie wasserman-shultz refuse for calling her vial, despicable and not a lady. the first termer from florida is the one with the better hair leveled the insults in an e-mail after she criticized him on the house floor w
ryan and his plan and his thinking of the budget, but that the idea that we as a nation can all agree that there is one guy in washington talking seriously about the budget is an indictment of everyone else in congress who is not, that we're sort of at this appointment where, oh, you want to talk about the budget? there's one guy who is taking this seriously. he's the one thinking about how to solve the budget problem, and, you know, these are huge issues. i mean, generational issues that are going to have to be solved one way or the other, and the fact that there is not a larger debate that involves more people on both sides of the aisle i think is a stunning indictment of where we are in a political process. >> thank you, garrett. i think the debate in this country -- >> maybe i should take a second to introduce you. >> don't waste the time. [laughter] [applause] >> i'm editor in chief of the nation, i'm sorry. [laughter] >> the lady needs no introduction. >> i'll take her introduction time. [laughter] >> yeah, i just have a magazine. no, i think there's fundmental debates in the co
ryan with the forecast. >> i am jake korff, it in one of ottest spots and there wrote region. -- in the region. >> is the nfl deal done? >>> we begin tonight with the conditions caused by wave that is hitting the nation. eratures have barely dropped reaching nearly 100 degrees today. local governments will be opening cooling centers tomorrow. with localck utilities, there are no major power outages. abc 7 has extensive coverage of the heat wave with jay korff and ut we starthida, b with bob ryan and a first look at the forecast. >> we are still under an excessive heat warning. it really should continue all the way through saturday. the nighttime is as dangerous as daytime. here are the temperatures and oing on.g the current heat index in washington, feels like over 100 degrees. even in frederick, because of the dupont and the excessive he midi, -- because of the two. the excessive humidity, it over 100ls like it is degrees in fredericksburg. the temperature is right now, over the area, with people trying to get to sleep, closer average high temperature for the day. tomorrow,
budget, which is even more radical than the ryan budget, would be in balance in just nine years. that's what we're voting for today. an accelerated version of the republican study committee budget. anyone voting for this should be prepared to go home and explain that vote including republican members who voted against the study committee budget. economists have long known that in good times you should balance the budget and pay down the debt but that in times of recession when tax revenues plummet and the economy contrasts you have to spend money in unemployment and to put people back to work. you must run a deficit to get the economy going again. the balanced budget amendment would force us to do the exact opposite and turn every recession into a depression. and this constitutional amendment, there's a whole lot more than a required balanced budget. many of its provisions cement into the constitution the policy preferences of the current majority and bind our children and grandchildren to those preferences. the 2/3 requirement for example to increase revenues would have the effect of
ryan zimmerman hosting his second national night at the park. all the proceeds go to the zimmerman foundation which fights multiple sclerosis. ryan's mother cheryl was dg diagnosed in 1995. the event also featured a performance by country music star rodney adkins. roughly 400,000 americans are affected by multiple sclerosis. zimmerman has watched his mom fight ms since he was 11 years old. >> growing up, obviously seeing what my mom went through and always saying if i ever have a chance to do something, i'll do it. now i actually have the chance, and to be able to do something as cool as this and as fun as this and to be able to raise money and just help people out is something that you dream of and you think will happen, but it never really does, and this has actually happened, so it's pretty cool. >> it's very gratifying to see him progress to the point where he -- you know, to the point where he opens a lot of doors for us. i mean, we're fighting to get rid of this disease, and he can help us get in front of some people that we probably wouldn't have been able to get in front of
their long road to recovery. >> wisdom, these are no ordinary men. we have mike and chuck ryan. they say they were born into fire fighting. the sons of firefighters and to understand the arrest, you need to understand what it's like to be a firefighter. >> the night before you go to work, getting ready to go to walt disney world. that's how excited you are to go to work. i don't think there's another job. you don't consider the people you work with your coworkers. >> mike severe and chuck ryan -- around 12:30 a.m., search for victims in a burning building while others extinguished the flames. but this fire would not be tamed. >> it was working its way towards us and it was moving pretty quick and we saw that it was getting real bad and getting ready to flash. i remember a flash and we all went to the floor because at this point when it flashes, everything is on fire. everything. we could see each other's face and we knew when he had to get out. we didn't think there was an option of not getting out. >> they crawled and felt for an exit. mike found the door, but once out, he realized
think that's important. what's going down? what is this "crazy stupid love." ryan goes goesling. is he the other guy? >> he is extremely, extremely handsome. but he is as good looking on the inside as the outside. he's a great guy. super nice. and nobody cares. nobody cares how nice actors are. nobody cares how much fun you had doing a movie. we had the best time. we laughed. nobody gives a... >> jon: did he sign your yearbook afterwards? >> yeah. >> jon: wow. you're in love. we tried desperately. this is so interesting that you bring this up. we tried desperately to get ryan goesling. we wanted him desperately for this movie. he's the guy that we really wanted. we called the publicist of the movie and the director and we said, boy, ryan goesling looks great in this. can he come do the show, and they said, well, i think only one guy from the movie, and we go, yeah, no, can we get ryan? and... [laughter] so your new movie is a comedy about love. are you all right? [laughter] >> i forgive you. >> jon: do you? >> i do. jon june you know what, i've been waiting ten years to hear those word
is ryan on steroids," meaning paul ryan's plan, budget plan. >> john boehner could not have paid her to say that. that is the best thing that he could hear. i mean, i'm sure he's going to use that quote to sell his plan to his conference. i mean, that's what he wants them to think. this is ryan on steroids. if it is ryan on steroids, he'll be able to get a lot of votes. may get 218 without democrats that joint congressional committee will look for more cuts. they're not tasked with doing tax reform, as i understand it, they're taxed with doing more cuts. >> the only way to get more cuts is tax reform or entitlement reform. >> it doesn't stipulate, though,. >> you mean, they could if they wanted to. okay, if it's truly tax reform that, makes it bigger. this is something that i think will have a hard time passing the senate. we'll talk about the senate plan in a minute. >> yeah, in stop sig just a sec. >> the only way out of this impasse is with a bipartisan plan, because republicans only control one house of congress. this certainly expresses the republicans' bottom line. just somethi
on the big show, there is dead on our ceiling. won't someone clean it off? and paul ryan has an expensive bottle of wine with his dinner. should he be impeached? and the black eyed peas announce they are going on a definite hiatus, and there was much rejoicing. >> thank you, andy. >> happy cheer up the lonely, greg. >> thank you, andy. >> thanks, but usually you have something to say about what special day it is. >> how you have not a lot to look forward to. it is not that grim. >> but we are supposed to be talking about the fact that it is cheer up the lonely day. >> you lost weight. looking sexy. >> you know what, if you are not going to make this about the fact that it is cheer up the lonely day, there is no point. >> okay, handsome. >> i don't know what kind of game you are playing, but if you don't want to talk about how it is cheer up the lonely day, start the show. >> maybe i will. that's a great idea. >> go away. >> you go away. >>> let's welcome our guests. she is so hot that the sun has just turned in its two week notice. she can do a better job than the sun. i am here with cour
posibilidad de conocer a ryan wilson . >> llegaron temprano niños a la casa de los gigantes de san francisco para conocer a ryan wilson . >> estamos acá esperando para conocerlo. >> un evento que fue precedido por la algarabia . >> si vieron al equipo campeón pero también le dieron guantes. >> ¿cómo te sientes con los gfc?. >> es mi favorito jugador de los gigantes de san francisco . >> que venga y de guantes nuevos para todos estos niños que los necesita, significa mucho. >> dentro del parque de at & t muchos le hicieron preguntas, una de ellas fue porque tenía la bárba tan larga. >> un evento emocionante para todos ellos, dicen que ojála que estos acontecimientos vuelvan a repetirse, es mi reporte en vivo. >> ahora si, fear the bear. >> ya regresamos con los deportes . >> (♪ ♪ )n. >> buenas tardes . >> intenso el mundial sub 17, ya ganaba el conjunto uruguayo. >> en la copa america, bolivia con costa rica, se iba adelante en el marcador, josé martínez en el guarda meta boliviano, por abajo lapidario, dos por cero, costa rica tiene los tres puntos . >ana bárbara dice que ti
in the republican front on taxes? this hour, house budget chairman paul ryan and ranking budget committee democrat, chris van the dnc chair and congressman allen west. and feengthe heat. more than 140 million americans now sweating it out in a dangerous heat wave sweeping the nation. >>> touchdown after 30 years. america's space shuttle comes in for its final landing. >>> good day. i'm andrea mitchell reporting live from washington. lots of talk but no deal. as the senate takes up what is expected to be a pro forma rejection of the house passed balanced budget amendment, house republicans came out against both the gang ofix o the debt limit. with me now, the chair of the budget committee, wisconsin republican paul ryan. what is the latest you are hearing? we know cantor and the speaker, eric cantor and the speaker were at the white house meeting with the president st night. there's talk now, reports from the "new york times" moments ago of a possible coming together between speaker boehner and the president. what are you being briefed on or what do you know is the state of play?
with no spending cuts. and then he famously invites our colleague, paul ryan, to the white house to lecture him on sensitivity and entitlement reform while offering absolutely no plan whatsoever on his own for entitlement form. and then he said he wanted a clean debt ceiling increase, free from the nuisances of spending cuts and entitlement reform. and personal responsibility. how do you go from voting no on raising the debt ceiling to saying you want a cleaninease in the debt to now saying you want to do something transformative that exos -- echos in eternity? mr. speaker, the president says he has a plan. forget our skepticism. i'd like to see the plan. i prefer cut, cap, and balance, over punt, pass, and kick. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the chair would congratule both floor managers as far as 38 3/minutes on the majority side and the minority side. the gentleman from maryland. mr. van hollen: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield two minutes to the distinguished gentleman from virginia, mr. moran. the speaker pro tempore: the entleman from virginia. mr. moran:hank y
extreme than the ryan he budget. here is the -- >> classic washington posturing ka bookie theater. you know, this is a measure that's designed to duck, dodge and dismantle. duck responsibility, dodge on obligations and dismantle, law, which would require the dismantlement of our social safety met wp social security, medicare and medicaid. >> even though american people rejected their agenda, a new poll shows 71% disapprove of how republicans are handling the debt talks. much worse than for democrats or the president. in fact, 51% of republicans don't even like where the gop is doing. 73% of independents feel the same way. joining me now, is democratic strategist bob an former rnc chairman michael steele now an mooes moo msnbc contributor. bob, do they get copies at rnc or don't they care about what the american people think? >> well, they have a fundamental dilemma, al. and that is that people like mcconnell and people like boehner understand that this is now becoming a real political problem and that they can back themselves into a box canyon that they can't get out of. so they are lo
face from home, his older half brother, ryan. >> this place sucks. >> tell me about it. >> i'm tired of [ bleep ]. you know what i mean? >> yep. >> similar story to mine. just he's ten years older and i'm better looking. like my girls, in 2s. asking him who's winning. >> let you know at the end of the game. >> 34-year-old ryan has been coming to jail since bubanas was as child. being locked up together has made his stay a little easier. >> to see him in here hurts, you know, but at the same time, it's nice to have people around that genuinely care about you, that you know they got your back if something happens. it's good. funny kid. keeps me laughing all day long. same routine almost 20 years. my grandmother used to call it life on the installment plan. ryan, unfortunately you're going to be doing life on the installment plan is what she used to say to me. i used to hate her say that to me. no, i'm not. i'm doing life on the installment plan. >> this time, mcnee racked up eight charges, including possession of a firearm, assault and battery and unarmed robbery. he's pled not guilty
with a familiar face from home, his older half brother, ryan. >> this place sucks. >> tell me about it. >> i'm tired of [ bleep ]. you know what i mean? >> yep. >> similar story to mine. just he's ten years older and i'm better looking. like my girls, in 2s. asking him who's winning. >> let you know at the end of the game. >> 34-year-old ryan has been coming to jail since bubanas was as child. being locked up together has made his stay a little easier. >> to see him in here hurts, you know, but at the same time, it's nice to have people around that genuinely care about you, that you know they got your back if something happens. it's good. funny kid. keeps me laughing all day long. same routine almost 20 years. my grandmother used to call it life on the installment plan. ryan, unfortunately you're going to be doing life on the installment plan is what she used to say to me. i used to hate her say that to me. i would say, no, i'm not. i'm doing life on the installment plan. >> this time, mcnee racked up eight charges, including possession of a firearm, assault and battery and unarmed robbery.
. with me now, the chair of the budget committee, wisconsin republican paul ryan. what is the latest you are hearing? we know cantor and the speaker, eric cantor and the speaker were at the white house meeting with the president last night. there's talk now, reports from the "new york times" moments ago of a possible coming together between speaker boehner and the president. what are you being briefed on or what do you know is the state of play? >> good afternoon. basically what the state of play is it's very fluid. we're looking at what the talks between the speaker and the president are, those details have yet to be shared. we also are looking at what would be a plan b. nobody wants to see default. all we want to see is some spending reductions, spending cuts, as we grapple with this issue. so it's a fluid situation. we've got 12 days. cool heads will prevail and we just want to cut spending. >> how do we know that cool heads will prevail and that the markets won't get freaked? well before the 12 days have expired, and you will start seeing a cascade which as you know can happen instan
the washington post. and ryan grim, washington bureau chief from the huffington post. let's start with you mr. grim, no pun intended, but it's a grim night. >> the only thing that happened today is that john boehner livers to fight another day now. this will go to the senate. it will be -- you know, and actually yesterday some house republicans were saying, you know, if the senate is going to try to kill this thing immediately maybe we won't send it to you for while. the senate said we will just print it off the internet, slap it on another bill and reject it. that's how badly we want to vote this sum r sucker down. now a constitutional amendment. are you serious? ? it is going to be hifrtry -- it is already dead. the vote is still going on. it hasn't even been gathered yet. >> i don't understand how he says he -- boehner lived it fight another day. i think this is laughable what they cover up with. >> i can certainly count it as victory with his party among the kaungus, tea party folks and the rest of the republicans who gave this a thumb's up. as ryan said, it will kbo to senate and it has
proposed by the chair of its budget committee, paul ryan. he outlined his plan to the american enterprise institute. >> the budget begins by lowering taxes, with top individual and corporate rates capped at 25%. and we can get real growth and nempetition in america. >> and then -- >> it cuts $6 trillion in spending from the president's budget over the next ten years. it is not just a budget. it is a cause. >> the conservative cause of reducing the size of government. michael gerson, a former white house speech writer, is a columnist for "the washington post." >> i think it is fair to say that conservatives are not just interested in a balanced budget. conservatives want a limited government, which is, you know, a smaller government, a less expansive government. that's really a conservative argument here that too much government undermines the independence and responsibility of citizens. >> the ryan budget drew sharp criticism from many in the religious communities, among them former congressman and ambassador tony hall. >> we need to get our financial house in order, but not on the backs
straight year ryan zimmerman hosted a night at the park benefit. his foundation supports reach to cure multiple sclerosis, a disease that affects the central nervous system. nearly 400,000 americans suffer from ms including ryan's mother cheryl who is confined it a wheelchair. >> it is nice to be able to give back. growing up, seeing what my mom went through and always saying, if i ever have a chance to do something, i'll do it and now to have the chance and to be able to do something as cool as this and as fun as this and raise money and just help people out is something that you dream of. >> reporter: more than 500 people came out to show their support including some of ryan's national teammates. they were treated to a bevy of auction prizes, an appearance by the batting stance guy and some tunes from country music star, rodney atkins. >> to be in that situation, you have the chance not to waste your words and make a difference. it is really a lesson. >> it is always fun for help a teammate out any way we can. ryan has done a lot for this city and we're just glad to give back. >> he
to the markets? my conversation with the chairman of the house budget committee, paul ryan, talking with me about medicare, compromise, and the federal budget. >>> and what is cooking when it comes to trends in barbecue? we'll check out the hot grills, the tasty dishes and find out what is new in the backyard. the "wall street journal report" begins right now. >> this is america's number one financial news program, "the wall street journal report." now maria bartiromo. >> here is a look at what is making news as we head into a new week on wall street. a very disappointing jobs report out on friday. nonfarm payrolls rising only by 18,000 for the month of june. that is the weakest number since september of last year. most analysts were expecting numbers north of 100,000 jobs created. the unemployment rate, meanwhile, bumped up to 9.2%, the highest it's been since december. >>> the holiday-shortened week saw the bulls running early as the dow and the s&p 500 closed at their highest level in almost two months on thursday, while the nasdaq rode an eight-day winning streak. the poor jobs number pushed
's certainly one of them and ryan i think my relationship with him is key as well and why any of those people i think they have -- they're just great. they're just really, really fine actors. and i think any movie project would be lucky to have any of those people but julie ann has a warmth to her and i think that was necessary for a part like that. >> charlie: was it after 40-year-old virgin you became sort of a leang man. >> yeah, and something my wife and i laugh about all the time. >>harlie: like you're sleeping with a leading man. >> you know who i made out with today in marissa tomei and julie ann and how does that make you feel? it's surprising to say the least. >> charlie: and people are saying your playing the roles tom hanks used to play. >> really? other people are saying all these things? you're not saying them, all these other people are saying them. >> charlie: we have our sources. they write reviews. >> when i worked on the daily show there was a lot of that. >> charlie: i'll get to that. >> we heard; urce tell us. >> charlie: you owe that to stev stephen colbert. >> charlie: and
to the action, a big night for sports, dream season for ryan vogelsong. the first time all-star looking to get the giants back on track. brewers and giants, top of the fourth scoreless game, ryan vogelsong hangs a curveball and ryan braun makes them pay. 1-0 brewers. vogelsong allowed two runs, then bench coach is thrown out. nate schierholtz to the rescue, knocking in two runs to make it 2-0 giants. bottom of the eighth, 3-2 giants, andres torres adds an insurae run. base hit up the middle, giants win 4-2. >>> the bullpen has given up just one run since the all-star break and pitched another four scoreless innings tonight, and all the guys say it's definitely a situation where they feed off of each other. >> you can't say enough about the bullpen and the job that they do. the guys are used in the right situation, he nos our strengths and our weaknesses and he nailed it once again. >> it's been a lot of fun to watch. i mean, they're saving us so many times. last year, this year, you know they're all very good. >> and it's not often you see bench coach lose his cool, but a lot of the players sa
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